Agent Profile[edit | edit source]
Appearance[edit | edit source]
Titus is a brown-haired 22-year-old of moderate build. He wears a black turtleneck, black pants, and black shoes. While on missions, he is also not averse to wearing black leather gloves and a black beanie, overall giving the impression of being a cat burglar.
Personality[edit | edit source]
Titus is a hyperactive, borderline insane agent (by PPC standards), prone to committing disturbing and innovative acts of violence on Sues and offending badfic characters. He is spontaneous in his actions, and is able to make himself appear invisible to fellow PPC agents (it is believed he simply does this by staying very still and not drawing attention to himself, though rumours among the PPC agents range from him stealing Harry Potter's invisibility cloak to him having coerced Makes-Things into building a light-bending device similar to that used on James Bond's car in Die Another Day), as well as canon characters and secondary Sues (this trick does not appear to work with primary Sues). He is also easily distracted by pretty colours and small animals.
Employment History[edit | edit source]
Titus was conned into joining the PPC in early 2007 by two members of the Department of Personnel, who lured him into a meeting by promising frozen Coke and Oreos — only for the meeting to be an ambush, with Titus kindly coerced into joining the PPC on the promise of cake. He has since worked briefly in the Department of Implausible Crossovers and the Department of Mary Sues, before being transferred to the Department of Floaters, where he joined Agent Murtagh.
He has yet to see any frozen Coke, Oreos, or cake.
Titus was heavily involved in combating the 2008 Mary Sue Invasion, including playing a key role in the Massacre at the Tomb of the Unknown PPC Agent. He was the first (and presumably only) agent to break rank to take on the Sues in close combat, and his rousing rendition of "Man of la Mancha (I, Don Quixote)" led to the PPC agents who survived the massacre (namely, all named ones, plus a few stragglers) engaging in a chorus number of the song's final verse, complete with a can-can.
Mission Reports[edit | edit source]
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